Ô-liostére is jazz ensemble from France that takes extreme joy in presenting works of outstanding technical ability, and infusing it with amazing energy that can be herd from start to finish in this release.
Oliostere: Circonflexe it’s all in the rhythm or polyrhythms. The next chapter after Dave Brubeck’s seminal Time Out reaches new levels.
Sound Interpretation: Paris – a funny thing happened when I started to write the review of this release, I found out I had heard less than half of it.
BFW Recordings Album In A Day 10 is a stunning continuation of an adventurous series of recordings worth the nearly 4.5hrs of listening.
1981’s Nocturnal is Downbeat Goodness — but is that all there is to this work? Or does it really make it’s own mark on the listener?
Professor Kliq; The Scientific Method Vol III marks the long awaited sequel to the first two volumes in the series. It’s amazing to think about all the things that have changed between the first volume from 2004, and where Mike Else (aka Porofessor Kliq) is now.